Samsung Galaxy A51 is now available unlocked early adopters get free Galaxy Buds in US


Samsung is reportedly working on a new smartphone dubbed the Samsung Galaxy A51. The device is tipped to launch on December 12 and is expected to be a major improvement over its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy A50. Well, thanks to an exclusive report from SamMobiles, we have a working clue as to how the device is going to look like. The website has shared a couple of press renders of the device. Furthermore, in yet another bunch of leaks, we have got the specifications and the marketing video of the Samsung Galaxy A51. Let’s have a look at all of these.

Samsung has been designing good-looking phones for a while now. The Galaxy A51 builds on the legacy with a unibody polycarbonate ‘glasstic’ finish that shimmers in rainbow colours when looked upon at different angles, very similar to the Galaxy A50. A firm grip is provided by the inward slanting of the edges which also lends a premium feel to this mid-range smartphone. On the back, the major visual difference from the previous-gen phone is the L-shaped camera array that sits in a rectangular bump, and has a new macro sensor included. However, if four cameras is the way to go forward from here on out, I quite like the Mate 30 Pro‘s matrix-like implementation. The glossy back has a way of becoming riddled with fingerprints so I recommend slapping on the clear plastic case that Samsung has very generously provided with the device. 




The Galaxy A51 is part of Samsung’s popular midrange A-series. It’s got a 6.5-inch OLED display with a hole-punch notch, four rear cameras (including a main 48-megapixel camera), a 4,000mAh battery, and a headphone jack. Although there’s a 5G version of the phone on the way later this summer, for now, this is the 4G LTE version.


You have a couple of options if you don’t want to pay the full retail price of the phone upfront. You can trade in an eligible device to get the phone for as little as $229.99 or finance it over 24 monthly payments with 0 percent interest on Samsung.com.

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